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Sock stuck in hose

I have a sock stuck at the bottom of the hose, right where it joins the vacuum. It won't budge. Is there a way to detach the hose from the vacuum to dislodge the sock?

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Yes there is a small clip on the purple/yellow part on bottom of hose. its hardly an inch thick pll back on the tab and up on the hose

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Detach the hose and stretch it out completely, if the sock is in a hard to reach place use a broom handle to push it out. Be careful to mind the edges of the hose you don't want to cause a tear, which would lead to poor suction.

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just push a longer rod down the hose its the only way to get this out i bet its right at the hover end to and a wire hook may get at it from were the hose gos into the hover bag,(mine gets blocked up there every time)
i use a lenth of welding wire with a hook bent in it but a coat hanger would do if you straiten it out first then bend just the first inch of it so it fits inside the hose

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Or, remove the hose entirely, and push a broom handle down the hose.

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first off how did u get the sock that but yes it (can but it is a pain and u chance tearin the hose but if ufeel like u have to better get a roll of duct tape just in case)but i would try the coat hanger a little more put a bend at the very end of hanger hook the sock and pull

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